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11-27-2019, 11:50 AM   #9481
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thanks

cropped quite a bit, I was in a boat on the Rufiji river heading up stream at the time

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Definitely not storks - Natal spurfowl double-banded sandgrouse.


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Saddled-billed stork Selous Game Reserve

That's a fine image, great color, and the stork has its entire foot to the heel on the ground.
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Definitely not storks - Natal spurfowl.

Aikhona -(No) Deefinitely not Natal Spurfowl. Double Banded Sandgrouse me thinks.

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11-27-2019, 01:12 PM   #9488
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Aikhona -(No) Deefinitely not Natal Spurfowl. Double Banded Sandgrouse me thinks.
I owe you another beer You see, I'm too trusty a soul and believe what I'm being told. But now you made me look it up in Sasol, and indeed it's a double-banded sandgrouse.
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Red Hartebeest at rest- seems awfully awkward
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The blue tongue lizard did not cooperate, but Komodo was willing.
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Nice You should post that over in the "conputer tricks" thread:
thanks......think I thought about stupid camera tricks but not computer tricks!

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I wouldn't even begin to know how to do that
Microsoft ice is very easy and effective....it's like any pano with the animal having enough separation that its not on top of it's self.....ya get it done once....I enjoy trying to find the sequence of shots that may work because it does not always happen from lack of separation
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another sequence of shots stitched with Microsoft ice...it's the same birds in flight

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Anhinga, water turkey, snake bird, etc. Look at the size of the big webbed right foot.
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The blue tongue lizard did not cooperate, but Komodo was willing.
Did someone introduce Komodo Dragons to Australia?
I've been trying to find a Blue Tongue for years to get a decent photo of one, but when one was discovered in the car park at work, I didn't have the DSLR.
I remember seeing a Komodo dragon at Taronga Zoo in Sydney as a child. Thanks for posting!
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